Dr Iain Macmillan
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 0191 541 0061
- Fax: 0191 541 0062
- Address: Early Intervention in Psychosis Service,
Tyne and Wear,
Iain trained in Medicine in the UK at Cambridge University and Guy’s Hospital. He worked in General Medicine and then specialised in Psychiatry, training in Norwich and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, where he developed his interest in mood disorders.
He has worked as a Consultant in Norwich, UK, Western Australia, New South Wales and Victoria, where he was Medical Director of Orygen Youth Health, a specialist Youth Mental Health service.
He is currently Consultant to the South of Tyne EIP service, based in Sunderland and Lead Consultant for Planned Care, South of Tyne, within NTW NHS Foundation Trust. In 2015 he was appointed to lead the Academic Clinical Collaboration in Psychosis Research for Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust.
Iain has been involved in research into MRI scanning and deep white matter hyperintensities in Bipolar Disorder, and treatment and outcomes in early psychosis. He helped to develop the MRC-funded ISREP (Improving Social Recovery in Early Psychosis) trial with Professor David Fowler in Norwich, and was convenor for the Bipolar Clinical Research Group of the Mental Health Research Network in the UK.
He is a Fellow of the UK and Australian Colleges of Psychiatrists, the International Society for Affective Disorders and a Member of the International Society for Bipolar Disorders, the International Association for Youth Mental Health and the International Early Psychosis Association.
- Scott J, Fowler D, McGorry P, Birchwood M, Killackey E, Christensen H, Glozier N, Yung A, Power P, Nordentoft M, Singh S, Brietzke E, Davidson S, Conus P, Bellivier F, Delorme R, Macmillan I, Buchanan J, Colom F, Vieta E, Bauer M, McGuire P, Merikangas K, Hickie I. Adolescents and young adults who are not in employment, education, or training. BMJ 2013, 347, f5270.
- Scott J, Fowler D, McGorry P, Birchwood M, Killackey E, Christensen H, Glozier N, Yung A, Power P, Nordentoft M, Singh S, Brietzke E, Davidson S, Conus P, Bellivier F, Delorme R, Macmillan I, Buchanan J, Colom F, Vieta E, Bauer M, McGuire P, Merikangas K, Hickie I. Adolescents and young adults who are not in employment, education, or training. BMJ 2013, 237, f5270.
- Berk M, Scott J, Macmillan I, Callaly T, Christensen HM. The need for specialist services for serious and recurrent mood disorders. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 2013, 47(9), 815-818.
- The BALANCE investigators and collaborators. Lithium plus valproate combination therapy versus monotherapy for relapse prevention in bipolar I disorder (BALANCE): a randomised open-label trial. The Lancet 2010, 375(9712), 385-395.
- Fowler D, Hodgekins J, Howells L, Millward M, Ivins A, Taylor G, Hackmann C, Hill K, Bishop N, Macmillan I. Can targeted early intervention improve functional recovery in psychosis? A historical control evaluation of the effectiveness of different models of early intervention service provision in Norfolk 1998-2007. Early Intervention In Psychiatry 2009, 3(4), 282-288.
- Fowler D, Hodgekins J, Painter M, Reilly T, Crane C, Macmillan I, Mugford M, Croudace T, Jones PB. Cognitive behaviour therapy for improving social recovery in psychosis: a report from the ISREP MRC Trial Platform study (Improving Social Recovery in Early Psychosis). Psychological Medicine 2009, 39(10), 1627-1636.
- Macmillan IC, Howells L, Kale K, Hackmann C, Taylor G. Social and symptomatic outcomes of first-episode bipolar psychoses in an early intervention service. Journal Of Affective Disorders 2008, 107(supp.1), S100-S101.
- Macmillan I, Howells L, Kale K, Hackmann C, Taylor G, Hill K, Bradford S, Fowler D. Social and symptomatic outcomes of first-episode bipolar psychoses in an early intervention service. In: 3rd Biennial Conference of the International-Society-for-Bipolar-Disorders. 2008, New Delhi, INDIA: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc.
- Macmillan I, Howells L, Kale K, Hackmann C, Taylor G, Hill K, Bradford S, Fowler D. Social and symptomatic outcomes of first-episode bipolar psychoses in an early intervention service. Early Intervention In Psychiatry 2007, 1(1), 79-87.
- Fowler D, Macmillan I, Bishop N, Taylor G, Mellor F, Reilly T. Improving social recovery in early psychosis: Changes in social recovery as a result of interventions provided within the Norfolk early intervention service and the rationale for the ISREP trial. In: 5th International Conference on Early Psychosis. 2006, Birmingham: Elsevier BV.
- Hodgekins J, Fowler D, Bradford S, Macmillan I, Jones P. Psychological and neuropsychological predictors of time use and social recovery in early psychosis. In: 5th International Conference on Early Psychosis. 2006, Birmingham, England: Elsevier BV.
- MacMillan IC, Kale K, Taylor G, Hill K, Bradford S, Fowler D. Symptomatic and social recovery from early psychosis with bipolar symptoms. In: 2nd Biennial Conference of the International-Society-for-Bipolar-Disorders. 2006, Edinburgh, Scotland: Wiley.
- Hodgekins J, Fowler D, Freeman D, Coker S, Macmillan I, Jones P. The nature of schizotypy in early psychosis. In: 5th International Conference on Early Psychosis. 2006, Birmingham, UK: Elsevier BV.
- Macmillan I, Young AH, Ferrier IN. Mood (affective) disorders. Medicine 2004, 32(7), 14-16.
- Smith LM, Macmillan I. The challenge of comorbidity - Bipolar disorder and anxiety. In: 38th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. 2003, Perth, Western Australia: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
- Moore PB, Shepherd DJ, Eccleston D, Macmillan IC, Goswami U, McAllister VL, Ferrier IN. Cerebral white matter lesions in bipolar affective disorder: relationship to outcome. British Journal of Psychiatry 2001, 178(2), 172-176.
- Ferrier IN, MacMillan IC, Young AH. The search for the wandering thymostat: A review of some developments in bipolar disorder research. British Journal of Psychiatry 2001, 178(141), s103-s106.
- Macmillan I, Young A. Bipolar II disorder vs. premenstrual dysphoric. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 1999, 60(6), 409-410.
- Man MS, MacMillan I, Scott J, Young AH. Mood, neuropsychological function and cognitions in premenstrual dysphoric disorder. Psychological Medicine 1999, 29(3), 727-733.
- Macmillan I. An unquiet mind. A memoir of moods and madness - Jamison,KR. British Journal of Psychiatry 1996, 169(6), 811-811.
- Macmillan IC, Wales RM. Thought disorder or communication disorder. British Journal of Psychiatry 1995, 166(6), 822-822.